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Top-10 WR cores going into the 2020 season?

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1. KC

2. TB

3. DAL

4. NO

5. CLE

6. ATL

7. AZ

8. CIN

9. SEA

10. DEN

Not many deep WR groups right now. You can easily rearrange a lot of the 3-10 group

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1) TB

2) KC

3) Atl

then pretty big drop

4) AZ

then another pretty big drop....

All the other teams.

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23 hours ago, Hunter2_1 said:

1. Dallas

2. KC

3. Atlanta

4. TB

5. NO

6. Arizona

7. Denver

8. Seattle

9. Buffalo

10. LAC

 

https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-wide-receiver-rankings-all-32-units-2020-nfl-season

PFF have ranked all of them, if interested.

 

I stopped reading after the put the Buffalo Bills as the number #5 unit in the NFL and cited Cole Beasley and John Brown.

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3 minutes ago, AkronsWitness said:

I stopped reading after the put the Buffalo Bills as the number #5 unit in the NFL and cited Cole Beasley and John Brown.

Also, that dude named Stefon Diggs is pretty good. 

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Just now, WizeGuy said:

Also, that dude named Stefon Diggs is pretty good. 

Yeah, hes good, but we are talking entire units here. And in no way shape or form having John Brown and Cole Beasley as your #2 and #3 WR qualify you for a top 5 unit in the league.

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2 minutes ago, AkronsWitness said:

Yeah, hes good, but we are talking entire units here. And in no way shape or form having John Brown and Cole Beasley as your #2 and #3 WR qualify you for a top 5 unit in the league.

Agreed, but I can see and argument for the 6-10 range. John Brown is a legit #2 and Beasley is a very good slot receiver. 

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On 8/6/2020 at 10:50 AM, AkronsWitness said:

Yeah, hes good, but we are talking entire units here. And in no way shape or form having John Brown and Cole Beasley as your #2 and #3 WR qualify you for a top 5 unit in the league.

After the year John Brown just had they are definitely a top 10 core this year. John Brown and Cole Beasley just came off career years. Beasley is a great slot reciever. One of the best in the game. Diggs is obviously a great top option. And John Brown was tremendous  with us last year... proved he wasnt a one trick pony.

And then we drafted Gabe Davis and Isaiah Hodgins. I think they will had some much needed size that the rest of the core lacks. 

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Did KC sign someone during off season I'm not aware of? Or are you including TE's? If not,only in bizzaro world is Hill, Watkins and Mecole top 8 let alone top 3 or #1. Man quarantine doing weird things. TB is easily #1. 

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1. Dallas
2. Tampa Bay
3. Arizona
4. Atlanta
5. Seattle

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Posted (edited)

1. Dallas Cowboys
2. NO Saints
3. Tampa Bucs
4. Cincinnati Bengals
5. Atlanta Falcons
6a. Arizona Cardinals
6b. Denver Broncos
8. Detroit Lions
9. Cleveland Browns
10. KC Chiefs

HM- Seattle Seahawks

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On 8/14/2020 at 2:53 AM, Nightime said:

People sleeping on Cleveland 

Well its because they dont have depth at WR. Which they dont really need. The Browns are rarely going to play any 3 WR sets. So OBJ and Landry are going to be used the most.  Hollywood Higgins had a pretty good year in '18 but got hurt and for some reason, Kitchen threw him in the dog house last year. Higgins signed a pretty cheap Vet deal and he cited because he wanted another go around in Cleveland and wanted to keep playing with Baker. So outside of OBJ, Landry, and Higgins, the Browns dont really have anyone worth mentioning. They just drafted People-Jones who had a disappointing career at Michigan, but Michigan as a whole is a disappointment but the dude has potential. The Browns are going to be using Hooper a lot and he will be the #3 WR for the Browns really, but I could honestly maybe seeing him leading the team in targets. Browns also drafted Harrison, the Mackey Award winner. He should see some snaps potentially. Also cant forget about Njoku. One of the most physically gifted TEs in the league but hasnt really developed past that. Browns might only carry 5 WRS during the season. OBJ/Landry/Higgins/TBD/TBD (TBDs will prolly be the guys also playing ST. Has been reports that Hunt will see time at WR as well, to potential keep Hunt and Chubb on the field more often. 

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